Victory for the GMAT® Test

Victory for the GMAT<sup>®</sup> Test



  • Victory for the GMAT® Test, 8th Ed. Teacher's Guide
  • 1 Online Power Builder, 8th Ed. Teacher's Guide

The Cambridge teacher's guides are unparalleled in the extensive resources they provide test prep classroom instructors.  The well-researched teacher's guide contains explanations to all classroom text exercises, lessons on test taking strategies, and alternative instructional practices to meet the needs of all students.

The Cambridge Victory for the GMAT® Test student classroom text and teacher's guide comprehensively reviews all critical information that students need to raise scores on the GMAT® test.  The book engages students with strategies, admissions advice, quizzes, upper quartile problems, and complete tests with explained answers as they ready for success on the quantitative, verbal and analytical writing portions of the test.  The Online Power Builder provides math and verbal material for students who need to review basic skills.

Note: A minimum of ten student classroom packages is required on a first order with Cambridge and with every new edition thereafter. Teacher Guides must also be ordered for each instructor. There is no minimum requirement after the first order. For orders that do not align with these requirements, Cambridge must charge a fee for refunds given to credit cards for the order placed. 

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